the labors of Herakles

Slaying animals and cleaning out barns are so passe
A new drive for public transportaion, spent the better part of yesterday sitting on a bus or waiting for a bus. I visited Tassos

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  1. SO funny, love it - especially the overhead machine!! I hope you weren't in a bus like this?

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  2. Since I drudge through 40 hours a week of office work (thus selling a little tiny piece of my soul to Corporate America everyday), I think I will now start thinking of myself as a Greek demi-goddess.

    I will be known as Sashicles (that's "sa-shi-clees" and not "sa-shi-kls")

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  3. Sérgio2:42 PM

    I love your drawings and I would love to know more details about your technique and materials used. It would be great if you could film a drawing from start to finish :)

    Thanks for sharing!

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  4. I'm not sure what it is about this image that makes me very happy...but I think it has something to do with how the colors are so real, earthy, and rich. Did you switch paints?

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  5. now listen to a story bout a man named jed
    poor mountaineer barely kept his family fed
    and then one day he was shootin at some grewl...
    and up from the ground came a bubblin pool...

    LOVE it!!!!

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  6. Maybe that has something to do with it...it's just...beautiful in a way I have a hard time describing.

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  7. But maybe the bus fares are very cheap to compensate?I assume the bus driver loaned you a scanner to capture these drawings.

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  8. 40 whole hours? my God what a horrible life, you poor thing

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  9. there's films on youtube

    thanks all

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  10. trop beau, ce camion !

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  11. I think your drawings are "triplely" goods: personal style, technique and ideas. Fantastic!

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